Long Island Cannibal Massacre (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A brutal series of murders has Long Island police baffled, and it’s up to tough-as-nails Inspector Cameron to solve a blood-spattered riddle which leads to an unspeakable secret. Young residents are being harvested for their flesh, and a hidden society of monstrous residents have become addicted to this precious foodstuff with the aid of henchmen including a pair of colorful bikers. Featuring the most harrowing chainsaw duel in film history and plenty of juicy red stuff, this cult classic from New York’s underground remains a graphic, tongue in-cheek landmark in homemade horror from the 1980s, a love letter to grisly Italian thrillers and American gore epics. We cannot be held responsible if you turn vegetarian!
About Long Island Cannibal Massacre (2004)
Starring: John Smihula, Fred Borges, Michael Siegal, Paul Smihula, Richard Stone (II)
Runtime: 92 minutes
Director: Nathan Schiff